10 Aug 2008

Evoflash drops a nuke using Away3d!

by Alejandro Santander Evoflash drops a nuke using Away3d!

At this year's recent Assembly Summer 2008 Digital Computer Multimedia Festival, Away3d core member Jalava with his group Evoflash submitted their third entry for the browser demo competition, chasing a hat trick from their previous wins in 2006 and 2007. This year the browser demo categories were unified with flash competing directly with the other platforms such as mobile based Open GL ES, Microsoft plugin Silverlight and handheld consoles! Evoflash won by clear margin with their demo 99er created from 10 hard days of production. In other news, Silverlight entries were last two positions raspberry. The demo uses Away 2.1 source base with few improvements, including a DrawScaledBitmap fix to render particles properly with bitmap renderer without flicker that will be in v2.2. The Away3D engine was used in most of the parts of demo together with Evoflash's own custom effect synchronization & post processing engine to create one of most visually exploding flash demos ever seen! Click the image to view the production: Evoflash - 99er preview image We hope this inspires more Away3d demos from other development teams - why not challenge yourself? It's always great to see Flash being used in new areas, being pushed to it's absolute limits, especially when the results are so visually stunning. The Away3D Team

COMMENTS

10 Aug 2008 05:57 PM

agit8 said:

Once again an outstanding production from evoflash.

Love the quality and polish!

congrats!

-b

11 Aug 2008 10:19 AM

Henry said:

SICK!

11 Aug 2008 12:04 PM

Dennis Shinobi said:

brilliant!

11 Aug 2008 02:10 PM

Bourne 3D said:

Very good job guys. Can't wait for 2.2. Away3D simply rocks.

13 Aug 2008 01:08 AM

ChromeD said:

Cool stuff that is ...
Can't wait for Away 2.2

16 Aug 2008 11:23 AM

d said:

wow...
I can't see a thing.

what flash player should I be running ? I've got 10 and can't get past "starting in 4 seconds"

25 Sep 2008 02:28 AM

Xenotex Labz said:

Wow! That is jaw-dropping stuff! I am just starting to experiment with 3D in Flash, so far trying Papervision3D 2 and Sandy 3. Been amazed so far with what can be done, but this demo has set my mind on fire with ideas! Downloading Away3D...

Mad Thanx!

17 Oct 2008 12:38 PM

Scott said:

"Silverlight entries were last two positions."

Nice. Just wait till away3d incorporates the flash 10 improvements, e.g. drawTriangles(vector, ...).

22 Oct 2008 06:19 AM

Tristan said:

Most excellent flash demo I have ever seen!

13 Dec 2008 03:27 AM

zszen said:

the engine is a mazing. i want to know magicbox and music wave.how can i do like that. lol

16 Jan 2009 07:58 PM

Koga73 said:

Is that realtime or is it being pre-rendered during the loading of the swf?

26 Apr 2009 07:57 PM

ignitor said:

That's spectacular and congratulations, i understand the hype either - but don't be sure Autodesk is the creator of Maya neither of Soft Image software. Autodesk recently buyed both of them .... but .... Maya was invented originally by Alias / Wavefront later known as Alias and those are the original creators of the software.
Autodesk is too nooby to invent such a thing. Soft Image was XSI later Avid. Sorry for my rants but is good to know.

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07 Nov 2009 09:34 AM

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